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another was shot in the shoulder. >> u street is still closed. this is what investigators believe sparked all the violence. rival gang members taunted each other at a funeral for a recent homicide victim. u street exploded in violence, a high impact collision, and a spray of bullets. >> i heard the gunshot and saw the car left. >> someone opened fire at a vehicle that was about to join a funeral procession. one person in son was killed and another was injured. the suspect got away. >> it is a later model vehicle, possibly a crown victoria. >> the gunfire broke out at the funeral for ashley mccray. she had been gunned down.
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police made an arrest in that case. but rival gang members get into it at her funeral. neighborhood activist brian weaver says that gain warfare is getting out of control. >> 6 -- 16th street may be the no-man's zone for young african- american males. >> the greatest concern tonight is this simmering angry rivalry leading to more toleration and more shooting deaths. -- more retaliation and more shooting deaths. lawmakers are looking at a piece of legislation that has stirred up heated debate across the country. arlington county supervisors met this afternoon to talk about immigration enforcement. what did the county decided? >> the county decided to separate itself from the rest of the state.
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police in virginia curley provide information to ice and homeland security. moments ago, arlington became the first county in virginia to drop out in what has become a controversial program. [applause] thank arlington leaders in aniston -- arlington leaders unanimously pass legislation. >> the established relationship between the police and the community spirit >> the commonwealth of virginia sign on to the national program to 87 g. but information sharing agreement with the federal government. >> i do not think it is a violation of our rights. if you are arrested for something you did wrong, it is ok appeared >> -- it is okay. >> they use this to intimidate
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immigrant workers and abuse them. >> i work with immigrants. there bric-a-brac to enrich our country, -- they are breaking their back to a richer country, often at minimum wage, and even less than that. >> the police should not be used as a tool for enforcing immigration laws. it is as simple as that. >> some do not have a problem with it. >> if it is a conflict that has been arrested for raping somebody or has done something horrible, it is of to the american people. >> since 2008, close to 6000 jurisdictions from 31 states have signed on to the program. today, santa clara on the west coast also opted out. arlington officials said that they will send myself a letter
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sometime this week telling them that they are out -- will send ice a letter sometime this week telling them that they are out. democrats say they have a vote to display their commitment to economic recovery. five weeks from the midterm elections, republicans called the vote a political ploy. president obama says that improving education is the key to keeping the economy afloat. today, he met with residents of a small farming community near albuquerque, new mexico. at a town hall meeting, he stressed the importance of job- related screening. within the hour, the president is expected to had to iowa. the president says he is still
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waiting for official word about the status of ron emmanuel. a close friend says that he has already tried to persuade the couple leasing his home in chicago to move out. so far, they say they are not moving. it is battleground maryland. republicans are considering looking into an investigation of the martin o'malley administration. a spokesperson for the governor says the numbers were removed because there were never meant for public release in the first place. president obama has thrown his support behind the incumbent governor. that is no surprise. the president segments o'malley with making tough decisions related to education, safety,
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and job creation. an ad will run on d.c. radio stations next week. we count down to a the governor's race. turn in tomorrow for our special report. we will have the latest on jimmy carter's condition as he is being treated in an ohio hospital tonight. wasted an open fire in a college campus. bad books forced a local family from their home. -- bedbugs forced a local family from their home. heavy rain is expected. the forecast is minutes away. [ music throughout ] [ male announcer ] looking for a complete picture of your money?
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police believe that the gunman who opened fire in a texas university library this morning was a student acting alone. he fired several shots with an 8 k-47 on the library's sixth floor and then killed himself. they locked down the campus for hours as they searched for a second possible suspect. no one was found. no one else was hurt. police are still looking for a motive. former president jimmy
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carter is reported to be resting this evening. he developed an upset stomach on a delta airlines flight this morning. after their plane landed, crews took him to a cleveland hospital. tonight, he is up and walking around. despite this incident, the president is scheduled to appear at a speaking engagement at georgetown university tomorrow. the brother of karzai says he is not aware of an investigation into his personal finances. he is accused of tax evasion and extortion. he is a u.s. citizen and recently sold a number of properties he once owned in baltimore. was reportedly
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working with another employee at the cheesecake factory to steal credit card numbers. she will be sentenced later this year. and maryland couple is demanding $5,000 from an apartment management company after a bed bug infestation. persistent itch you will force them to move out of their apartment. lawyers say the couple had to throw away most of their possessions and rebecca brown claimed she had to go into therapy because of the emotional trauma. a lawsuit was filed against the hirsch field management company. free money sounds like a scam. moran is on the way. we will see how much -- more rain is on the way. we will see how much. these are gloomy times for
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stephen strasbourg. we will go live to fairfax where those is training camp is in full swi
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we have a similar for reader's digest subscribers. people are getting $2,600 checks
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in the mail, and letter advising them to cash the check and send it to an address in washington state for exchange -- in washington state in exchange for more money. the bank will eventually catch the error. by then, it is too late. reader's digest says it would never ask winners to collect a prize. you never hear a lot of stories about economic prosperity of. >> the number of hispanic business owners has shot up. >> we have seen incredible growth over the last five years. from an hispanic perspective in business, we are part of the community. >> he came here from puerto rico 30 years ago as an intern at the department of labour. today, he owns an i.t. company.
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he has $14 million in revenue. as an hispanic business owner, he is part of a trend. >> these businesses are growing and growing. >> according to new census data, the number of hispanic-owned businesses in our area grew 32%. the areas of largest growth have been construction and administrative services. >> between 2000 and 2008, the hispanic population here grew 53%. >> by the end of 2007, there were more than 44,000 hispanic- owned businesses in the region. that is more than 8% of all local businesses. it also has to do with the fact that more and more latinos are furthering their education. >> even if your english is not sometimes great, you are able to
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communicate because you are familiar with the economics. >> they bring their flavor and culture to the nation's capital. >> it makes it easier for everybody. latin is very in. that is making as very hungry. [laughter] we hear that there is terrific rain fall. >> by this time tomorrow, there will be the beginning stages of it. it will be tropical moisture from the caribbean. let's talk about local weather. we had sunshine today. it is 77 degrees in fairfax now. in frederick, it is 75 degrees. showers have moved out of the metro-frederick area. curley, it is 77 degrees in prince frederick. there is a tropical depression
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located south of cuba. the wind is at 35 miles per hour. the hurricane models say this will develop into a tropical storm nicole. it also has some leftover moisture from tropical storm matthew of the weekend appeared this will -- weekend. this will aid into the moisture in south carolina. it will move from the mid- atlantic to new england. all this rain could be forced up in a very short time, and about 24 hours from tomorrow night to thursday night. excessive rainfall will be the story. flooding could be the probability in many areas. temperatures are in the 70's right now and will drop into the 60's this evening. there is very chilly air to the west. that will move in here over the weekend.
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this will not move in until this area of moisture and low pressure moves up the east coast. it will take until friday morning to get this all up. up to 8 inches are expected in parts of florida. we may see up to 4 inches in a couple of spots. fairweather waits on the west. we will expect this excessive rainfall tomorrow night. there are no flood watches posted yet, but we could expect them any time. there will be a lot of rain. trust me on that. tomorrow, it will be cloudy with showers developing in the afternoon. friday is great and the weekend is even better. redskins and philadelphia,
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guess what. i am going with the redskins. they have already been made a big underdog in philadelphia. they have the day off today to think about it and get focus for their second division game. meanwhile, though wizards were back on the court this afternoon. training camp is under way. how do they look? what are they doing? >> they are looking good. this is a new team, a fresh team. the first official practice wrapped up a moment ago. they tip of training camp last month with midnight madness. we captured some video off the course, getting treatment on his knee. the wizards tell us it is routine procedure. meanwhile, the team's new wall, impressedohn waljohn
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us with his abilities. >> back to fundamentals, back to execution basketball, and back to having fun. you go back to when you were a kid, almost, when you had fun. do not lose the passion and the fun. that is all i'm saying. >> the wizards will trend throughout the week, gearing up for their first preseason game in dallas on october 5. stephen strasbourg spoke with the media today for the first time since having liniment replacement surgery on september 3. he got his cast of two weeks ago. he is now giving the range of motion back. he wants everyone to know he is keeping a very positive mental attitude.
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>> it is unfortunate for this to happen. but i stirred up of the baseball world enough to have people become nationals fans. i will heal as soon as i can give back out there and show everybody what i have to put on the table. >> get your hockey face on. this will be his first game action of the year. mike green knows that this is building to the regular season which starts in 10 days. >> i am here to play with the guys and get back into the feel of things. they had a great home record last year. they are gearing up for the ryder cup in wales. tiger was has had a tough time playing in a team concept in the past.
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but he does not seem to have that problem today. bryant took his teammates out to dinner last night and they got him back. they ordered everything on the menu and took bottles of one home with the total was $54,896. that was an expensive batting. >> $54,000? a program intended to bring bills to low-income students is causing problems. >> michele obama is lobbying for the bill and negotiations are 3qgoing.
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prove it. enough's enough. d-con baits are specially formulated to kill in one feeding, guaranteed. d-con. get out. should we start getting ready for the rain? >> yes. there will be heavy rains at times to more night and thursday. it will be clear and beautiful friday and the weekend. beautiful friday and the weekend.
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four years ago, bob ehrlich got fired as governor of maryland. for good reason. first, he protected tax loopholes for giant cable cable companies.
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then, he let utilities jack up our rates 72%. and for the last four years, he worked as a hired gun for big corporations, even a bank that took billions from a taxpayer funded bailout. ehrlich sides with corporate executives again and again and again tell bob ehrlich big banks and billionares don't need help. middle class marylanders do. but now it can make you more connected to your doctor through e-mail. test results from home.
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